Curriculum Modules

SEE's community of educators has shared the following resources.

These can be taught with SEE modules or as part of courses with similar aims. If you have modules, lesson plans, instructional materials and/or activities that you would like to submit to be included here for the benefit of STEM teachers, please reach out to our team at

Dr. Danielle Winget of Seattle Pacific University submitted three lessons from an undergraduate Sustainability and Science course.

Each lesson is designed for an 80-minute class. Please use these buttons to access a webpage that contains the objectives, activities and materials for each of these 3 lessons. Dr. Winget has also made additional lessons available covering Classes 19-28 (19: Biodiversity, 20: Habitat Loss & Remediation, 21: Modern Agriculture, 22: Irrigation, Drought & Watersheds, 23: Agriculture Alternatives & Colony Collapse Disorder, 24: Urbanization & Stormwater, 25: Social Equality & Science, 26 & 27: Campus Sustainability Projects, 28: Science & Politics). You can also access all of her lessons on this Google doc.

Class 16: Genetics   Class 17: Genetically Modified Organisms   Class 18: GMO Consequences

Ryan Hainey of La Cañada Flintridge, California, worked with SEE's Jessica Day to craft this Introduction to Aquaponics for students.

This was used with middle school and high school students in classrooms and after-school programs as part of Project Feed 1010.

Introduction to Aquaponics

Water Quality Testing can be an important add-on to several of our modules.

These modules include Ecological Networks, Observing Beyond our Senses, Food Security and Sustainability. These lessons by Edvotek have been recommended by our community of educators.

Water Quality Testing I    Water Quality Testing II

In addition to these Community Contributed resources, teachers have also submitted SEE module curricular adaptations.

All SEE modules and content are written in editable files so that teachers can alter and/or update the materials for their students and contexts. Please see our Curriculum Adaptations page for several examples of how teachers have adapted SEE modules. Please also join our community to chat with educators and to receive help while using SEE modules in your setting. We are a strong network and are ready to help you successfully implement SEE modules! Use the social media icons at the bottom of the page, or view our social media hands through the links below.

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